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Use Office 2010 to Translate text

In Microsoft Office 2010 there is a translate function that you can use to translate the content of a document. This function is available in Microsoft Office programs including Excel, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, PowerPoint, Word and Visio. Using this feature is built in and there is no requirement for the installation of any additional translation programs.
Here is an example of how to use the translate function (using Microsoft Word):

Open Microsoft Word and then open the document you want to translate.

Image of a docuement to be translated in Microsoft Word 2010

Click on the Review – Language and then Translate. You will be presented with 3 options:

Screenshot ot the options in Microsoft Word 2010 for translating text to another language

You can translate to 28 languages and from 12.

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